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XXII.1 January + February 2015
Page: 42
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Interactions in Asia: Introduction


Authors:
Tek-Jin Nam

The year 2015 is considered the future in the film Back to the Future. The Blade Runner’s world is merely four years into the future. Thirty years ago, movies that depicted the future frequently used Asian streets in futuristic scenes—visionaries clearly imagined the growing influence of Asia in future society. It has been predicted that by 2030, Asian countries will have more economic power than North America and Europe combined, and this prediction is becoming a reality. The Financial Times reported that in 2014, China has officially overtaken the U.S. to become the world’s largest economy. It is also true…




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